Although the temperatures are still relentlessly hot, Ben and I headed out for a trail walk around Nelson Island under what’s left of the shriveled up trees this past weekend.  I shot these photos of him as we left the trail to peer down at the Kansas River from the top of the bluff.

What do you think?  Do you have a favorite below?  Are you dealing with drought in your part of the world?

Ben Photo #1.  


Ben Photo #2.  


Ben Photo #3.


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  1. What a beautiful dog. We’re certainly not dealing with drought in the UK as a quick look at the Olympic coverage will verify. It’s even wetter here in the south-west than in London. Our summer so far has been a complete washout. There is no doubt our climate is changing.

    • Thanks! He’s a good boy!

      I must say, the views of the cycling races through the city of London and nearby countryside, even in the rain, were gorgeous. I haven’t spent much time away from London, and it’s now on my “must see” list for my next trip to the UK. I think I’d love the countryside much more than London. For some reason, I just haven’t really connected emotionally with that city.

      From the photos I’ve seen your neck of the woods is GORGEOUS!

  2. Third one for me!! 🙂 And yes, my lawn is absolutely crispy brown dead!!

  3. Wonderful! He’s such a beautiful dog. 🙂

  4. he looks great in pic 3. here, in Fort Smith, 3 digits F at least four days a week, luckily we have a little shower once a week. so, grass is still… well… greenish 🙂

    • Thanks for the pic feedback, Marviii! We FINALLY got a little rain last night. It’s amazing how comfortable 90F feels after 110+ for weeks!

  5. Awww puppy! I love the third one, he just loves to pose for you doesn’t he? HAHA Love them


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About Sage Scott

Shutterbug Sage began as a 365 photo project.


Animals, Nature, Photography, Summer


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